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Race and Racism in the Canadian Workplace

Instructor-Led Workshop
Examine Race and Racism Issues in Canadian Workplaces

Race and Racism in the Canadian Workplace

Racism exists in Canadian society and, as such, it is important to look at racism in our work environments, as our workplaces are microcosms of the wider society. Race is a social construct, and can lead to biases, stereotypes and discrimination. This workshop looks at ways in which racism shows up in the workplace. It outlines how organizations can move from inclusive workplaces to anti-racist workplaces and describes specific strategies to achieve this transition. 


This workshop is for all who want to learn about how racism manifests in the workplace and to develop strategies that can lead to an anti-racist workplace. 

Primary Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Use appropriate terminology related to race and racism.
  • Evaluate the impacts of racism in the Canadian workplace. 
  • Apply strategies to move from inclusive to anti-racist workplaces.

Agenda & Key Concepts

  • Racism in the Canadian workplace 
  • Moving from Inclusive to Anti-Racist Workplaces 
  • Strategies to foster Inclusion, Equity and Justice 
  • Social constructs 
  • Social power 
  • Not racist versus anti-racist 
  • Understanding privilege 

Take a stand against workplace racism. Join us and be part of the change.

Registration Details

For Teams and Groups

Interested in registering your team or department? Send us a message to discuss special arrangements and group rates tailored to your needs.


For Individuals

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